More NewsBusiness as usual at Vantis after bomb attack

Business as usual at Vantis after bomb attack

Vantis Wokingham open for business again following last week's letter bomb attack in which two staff were injured

The Wokingham office of accounting firm
Vantis has
reopened for business following a letter bomb attack last week.

Two Vantis employees were injured when a letter bomb, addressed to a Vantis
client that uses the Wokingham office for a business address, exploded.

The office is now open for business again and the employees who were injured
have also returned to work.

‘The Wokingham office reopened last week Thursday. There was no damage to the
building and all employees are back at work,’ Ross Clarkson, Vantis head of
marketing, said today.

Further reading:

Vantis bomber may be disgruntled motorist

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